Author Interview: Iain Kelly

An enjoyable recent interview I gave for Lynn over at Word Shambles, talking about my novel ‘A Justified State’ and writing in general.

Word Shamble

Since starting this blog I’ve been fortunate to meet some truly talented, accomplished writers. Someone who definitely falls into that category and whose blog I was lucky to find early on was fellow Friday Fictioneer, Iain Kelly.

I’ve always enjoyed reading Iain’s short fiction, so when he announced on his blog he was releasing a thriller, I jumped to order my copy – I was not disappointed. I’m delighted to say Iain agreed to an interview here on Word Shamble, so I’ll leave him to introduce the book and if afterwards you’re tempted to leap into his world, follow the links to buy A Justified State on Amazon UK or Amazon US.

Iain Kelly lives in East Kilbride, near Glasgow in Scotland, where he spends most of his time raising his twin son and daughter. In his spare time he works as an editor of television programmes for…

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11 responses to “Author Interview: Iain Kelly”

  1. Iain!!! This is so excited. You must be thrilled. Great work.
    Blessings, Debbie

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    1. Thank you Debbie, hope you get a chance to check it out 🙂

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    1. Thanks Vivian, hope you get a chance to read it 🙂

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      1. I’ll certainly pop it on my to-read list. I’ve got some short stories there as well- the prompts from last year. Well done!

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  2. Oh, you have twins. How fun. So do it (although mine are 32 years old).

    Congratulations on the interview. I really have been meaning to read your novel. Your A-Z detective story challenge proved to me you are excellent at writing a thriller and I expect big things from your book.

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    1. Would love to get your thoughts on the novel James if you get a chance to read it. Yes, twins are great fun – and double the work too! 😉


      1. Depends on the age. It gets easier as they get older.

        So many books, so little time.

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      1. You’re welcome, Iain. 🙂

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